Author: Farzin Yazdanfar,Franklin Lewis
Publisher: Mazda Pub; First Edition edition (November 1, 1996)
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
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This book was published in 1996 and contained 18 short stories by 13 writers who were women
This book was published in 1996 and contained 18 short stories by 13 writers who were women. Other relatively easy-to-find collections of writing by women are Stories by Iranian Women since the Revolution (1991), covering mainly the 1980s; A Walnut Sapling on Masih's Grave and Other Stories by Iranian Women (1993), which covered mainly the 1960s to 80s; and A Feast in the Mirror: Stories by Contemporary Iranian Women (2000), which covered the. 1980s and 90s.
Persian Fiction in Translation Series, No. 4. 4). ISBN. 1568590458 (ISBN13: 9781568590455). There's a wide variety of situations and emotions described in these fascinating stories, written between 1978 and 1995, and you might be surprised how little role religion plays in them, considering that the period was dominated by the establishment of an Islamic government during this period. As it turns out, it was also ironically a period during which women writers and film-makers became far more prominent than before.
Short stories, Persian - Translations into English, Persian fiction - Women authors - Translations into English, Persian fiction - 20th century .
Short stories, Persian - Translations into English, Persian fiction - Women authors - Translations into English, Persian fiction - 20th century - Translations into English, Women - Iran - Social conditions - Fiction.
This collection provides a window on the concerns of Iranian women, writers in particular, since the Revolution of 1979 and the establishment of Islamic Republic in Iran
This collection provides a window on the concerns of Iranian women, writers in particular, since the Revolution of 1979 and the establishment of Islamic Republic in Iran. The collection includes eighteen stories written by more than a dozen women during the last twenty years, some of them well-known writers and others just establishing their careers.
Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Chicago.
The book is a mythologized retelling of the 1979 revolution (Šeydā) through an imaginary . F. Lewis and F. Yazdanfar, ed. ‘In a Voice of Their Own’: A Collection of Stories by Iranian Women Written Since the Revolution of 1979,Costa Mesa, Calif.
The book is a mythologized retelling of the 1979 revolution (Šeydā) through an imaginary trip undertaken by fictive travelers to the Alborz mountains. A. Sardūzamī has published several collections of short stories, two of them in Persia. M. Meḥrābī, Moʿarref-ī-e ketāb , Cologne, 1993-. N. Mohājer, 23 dastān-e kūtāh-e Īrānī dar tabʿīd, Berkeley, Calif. 1995 (provides biographical data about each author).
Yazdanfar, Farzin 1953-. YAZDANFAR, Farzin 1953-. PERSONAL: Born November 27, 1953, in Tehran, Iran; naturalized . citizen; son of Muhammad-Amin (a government employee) and Farah (a bank clerk; maiden name, Shafiee) Yazdanfar. The Downhearted (short stories), Ibex Publishers (Bethesda, MD), 1999.
Discover ten of the best contemporary and 20th century Iranian authors that have given a voice to a modern Iran. His work traverses across the fields of poetry, theatre, fiction and critical essays, written in both Persian and English, and many of his works have been translated into French. Internationally respected and winner of many awards, both literary and humanitarian, he has become popular in France with many his plays performed in French theatre festivals and his novels adapted for the stage.